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Angelina on having a happy family life

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She and Brad are able  “to explore the darker side of marriage” in their new film because, she says, “We’re in such a good place.”  Photo by Ruben V. Nepales

In our first interview with Angelina Jolie since she got married to some guy named Brad Pitt, she wore a white dress, looking every inch like a modern bride. Make that a modern, accomplished woman. Angelina’s “Unbroken” is quite an achievement, especially since it’s only her second directing job. “It does feel differently when you say, ‘My husband,’” said Angelina about being able to call Brad that. “It warms you in a different way and you look at that person a little differently.”

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Moving dramas put Brad Pitt and Robert Downey Jr. through the wringer

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PITT AND DOWNEY. Portray battle-hardened soldier and cocky lawyer, respectively.

Two of the most thrilling films we’ve seen this year have been shown a week apart from each other: Damien Chazelle’s exhilarating, Oscar-worthy drama, “Whiplash,” about an ambitious drummer (Miles Teller) and his cruel mentor (JK Simmons), and David Ayer’s harrowing World War II tale, “Fury,” starring Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf and Logan Lerman.

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‘Fury’ movie examines trauma of soldiers – Brad Pitt

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Hollywood star Brad Pitt said Sunday that his new movie “Fury,” a brutal depiction of World War II, sought to recognize the psychological trauma endured by soldiers.

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Brad Pitt, life after the wedding

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AFTER  going through boot camp, he now has “a deeper understanding and appreciation” of military men. photo by Ruben V. Nepales

The husband of the newly minted Honorary Dame of the British Empire strode into a New York restaurant and immediately apologized for being late.

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Stars jump onto the trendy advocacy bandwagon

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PITT, JOLIE AND CLOONEY. Stellar involvement shines light on enlightened initiatives.

Some stars have always been known for their support of their important advocacies of choice. They throw the spotlight on important causes that would otherwise not get the viewing public’s attention, or elicit its concern and financial support.

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